SDG

alignment

Our Integrated Agricultural Extension Program – IAEP is the single project that addresses the highest number (10 out of 17 goals) of SDGs. What are they and how our works are being related to these SDGs?
Let’s know more.
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01 No Poverty

Poverty alleviation is not a sole fight, it is a common battle for all of us. We also believe that donating money for charity cannot be a sustainable way to eradicate poverty and develop someone’s livelihood. Under the motion of #RethinkCharity, we have devised a 0 % interest credit facility to the farmers who would be willing to adopt our intensive, climate smart, sustainable agricultural approach. Thus we are directly working to dispel poverty by means of strategic utilization of grant or donation fund provided by donor entities with similar vision alignment with us.

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02 Zero Hunger

Our site specific crop management system, cost effective land and machine support leasing strategy and inclusive business plan is actually aimed at increasing the farmers overall productivity, per capita income and capacity to access to sufficient nutritious food for their families.

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05 Gender Equality

Being a home grown impact-startup from a developing country, we recognize the significance of gender-specific problems like- lack of easy access to land, financing, markets, agricultural training and education, suitable working conditions, and equal treatment that makes agriculture harder for female farmers, as compared to their male counterparts. Conservative gender roles deeply embedded in developing societies furthermore obstruct empowering women. Ensuring gender equality in agriculture hence, is supremely important to us. Therefore, our incentivized inclusion policy and separate alternative farming schemes focus on establishing equal opportunities for female farmers that will empower them.

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07 Affordable & clean energy

We are rerouting a significant portion of our strategic and financial efforts in developing eco-friendly powering options for the technology we are bringing to the end-users. Our soil testing machines and irrigation systems are provisioned to be powered by solar energy. It is an actual reflection of our true intuition to reduce carbon-footprint and easing up the access to clean energy for the rural people.

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08 Decent Work & Economic Growth

Our 0 % interest credit facility is actually an adaptive application of circular economy where the refundable grant-money is helping a smallholder or sharecropper farmer to increase his overall economic productivity. After a certain period, that credit is being transferred to another needy farmer of the same community. Besides, our incentivized community farming policy involves encouraging groups of farmers to adopt our intensive farming approach, which not just strengthens the community value but also promotes creative opportunities for local level youth employment.

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09 Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure

Our site specific crop management system is putting an end to conventional qualitative soil tests and enabling on-site, data driven agro-consultancy services. Integrated irrigation management system, demand & supply based cropping pattern and climate smart agricultural schemes are the innovation that help the farmers to optimize their agricultural processes and enhance resilience in the agricultural industry of Bangladesh.

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12 Responsible Consumption & Production

Our Integrated Agricultural Extension Program promotes responsible consumption of natural resources like soil, water and air.

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13 Climate Action

Climate change consequences will be harshly felt in developing economies like Bangladesh's where agriculture plays a vital role. Through the Integrated Agricultural Extension Program, we cater to a wide range of possibilities that actually can contribute actively in mitigating the impacts of climate change. Our carbon sink policy includes educating farmers to transplant heavy-carbon absorbers with a significant markup of incentives.

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15 Life on land

By dint of our Integrated Agricultural Extension Program we have introduced technology in agriculture that is actually igniting far reaching consequences in our life on earth. It enhances the overall productivity, conserves the fertility of land, controls the usage of agri-inputs and devises efficient management of irrigation water. Our program is also provisioning renewable energy which is significantly impacting on the reduction of CO, CO2 and CFC emissions. Although technology has always been portrayed as a curse owing to its numerous adverse impacts on mother-nature, for a green, healthy and hunger-free world our Agro-Tech program can be the moon of boon.

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17 Partnerships for the goals

To address the vision we work for and the mission we believe in, we must operate in collaborative mode. iPAGE has presented itself an impact platform where different global and local stakeholders including government agencies and academies with similar vision all are working together hand in hand with a synergistic alliance. To accelerate this journey of impact, we are looking forward to collaborate with more local and global government & NGOs, donor entities, media houses, social development organizations, scholars and strategic members of the global community.

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